This study, which appeared as Chapter 20 in Volume 4 of the Cambridge Medieval History (Cambridge, 1923), was written by the historian Herbert M. J. Loewe. Chapter 20 ["The Mongols"] covers the 12th-15th centuries. Topics include: Character of Mongol history; Extent of the Mongol invasions; Unification of Asia; Mongol and Tartar; Other tribes in the Mongol Confederation; Jenghiz Khan; Conquest of Turkestan and Khwarazm; Empire of Jenghiz Khan; Conquest of Northern China; Advance westward; Invasion of Europe; The recall of Baku saves Europe; The Papacy and the Mongols; Ogdai and Kuyuk; Downfall of the Assassins; The fall of the Caliphate of Baghdad; Defeat of the Mongols by the Mamluks, 1260; Hulegu and the Il-khans; Mangu; The reign of Kublai; Change in the Mongols; Fall of the Mongols in China; The western Mongols: Timur; Conquest of India: defeat of the Ottoman; The Golden Horde.
Includes Title Page, Table of Contents, Chapter 20 (pp. 627-652), Bibliography for Chapter 20 (pp. 880-882), Abbreviations, and Chronological Table in 43 pdf pages. Book digitized by Google, article extracted and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian.